Student Assessment

Modern Greek Language Courses

At the end of the course, students will receive a final percentage grade, composed by an average written grade and an average oral grade, each calculated as follows:   

  • Average written grade: Three edited versions of level writing 30% (10% each), two progress mid-term test 40% (20% each), and one achievement test (final test) 30%.
  • Average oral grade: Attendance and class participation 40%, performance in three in-class oral tasks 20% each.

In order to successfully complete the course and be able to advance to the next course in the program, a student is expected to have a final grade of 70% or above. The final grade is calculated by adding the average written grade (essays, mid-term test, and final test) to the average oral grade (attendance and class participation, oral tasks) and dividing by 2. For example, if a student receives 65% as average written grade and 75% as average oral grade, the final grade is calculated as follows: 65% + 75% : 2 = 70%.

Conversation Courses

At the end of each course, you will receive a final percentage grade, made up of the following average grades:

  • Attendance 20%
  • Class participation 30%
  • Two in-class oral activities, 25% each.

In order to successfully complete a course and be able to advance to the next conversation course in the program, you are expected to have a final grade of 70% or above.

Exam Peparation Courses

At the end of each course, you will receive a final percentage grade, made up of an average written grade and an average oral grade, each calculated as follows:

  • Average written grade: Two edited versions of level writing 20%, one mid-term mock examination 40%, and one final mock examination 40%.
  • Average oral grade: Attendance and class participation 20%, performance in two in-class mock interviews 40% each

In order to successfully complete a course, you are expected to have a final grade of 70% or above. The final grade is calculated by adding the average written grade to the average oral grade and dividing by 2. For example, if you receive 65% as average written grade and 75% as average oral grade, the final grade is calculated as follows: 65% + 75% : 2 = 70%.

Last Update At: 2015/04/28 - 12:49:17

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